02-12-2017, 04:22 PM
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02-13-2017, 12:19 PM
very moody, i quite enjoy the last two pieces
maybe the "motion blur" paint stroke in the secong piece could start thin and increase in width, like a real paint dab
02-16-2017, 07:07 AM
(02-13-2017, 12:19 PM)Gors Wrote: very moody, i quite enjoy the last two pieces
I'm glad you enjoy them!
How can the thinning be achieved in Photoshop? Do you perhaps know? I usually use Paint Tool SAI in which can just thick on the pen sensitivity features but I dont know if something to this extent excists in Photoshop.
03-22-2017, 06:21 PM
You know, there is definitely something interesting that I love in your art style that I have alot of appreciation for and I think that you managed to accomplish a really fun cartoon style that you managed to perfect to an extent in your own right. I also love, in particular with how you play with graphic design to the extent that your work is almost fluid in what you can really do with it.
That Simon Belmont piece is one that I am actually pretty partial too because it seemed like you really planed out your decisions well and utilized every decision to it's full potential, from the color hexes to the quality of each brush stroke.
I'm interested to know what programs you work in as much as I am in seeing more of your work. With that said, I'm gonna keep my eye on this thread and see where you go with your work.
Yesterday, 05:22 PM
(03-22-2017, 06:21 PM)DioShiba Wrote: You know, there is definitely something interesting that I love in your art style that I have alot of appreciation for and I think that you managed to accomplish a really fun cartoon style that you managed to perfect to an extent in your own right. I also love, in particular with how you play with graphic design to the extent that your work is almost fluid in what you can really do with it.
Sorry for the late reply but thanks for the kind comment and compliment. As for the programs that I work with; I mainly stick with Paint, Paint Tool SAI and Photoshop. Learning new programs is really difficult for me so I prefer to stick to a few. If you have any questions feel free to ask.
New art loadout (noot in chronological order):
character design sketches
I think I mentioned it on the OP as well, but if you wanna give critism and feedback by all means feel free too.
9 hours ago
the perspective in this one is very distorted, before you attempt this kinda stuff, it would be wise to make rectangular blocks to shape the area the characters are going to occupy. this will avoid the drawings from being too distorted and/or off balance.
Despite this i'm glad that you posted this drawing because the idea you tried to pass is very warming, and you werent afraid to show it off even if it looked off. You're doing great
3 hours ago
(9 hours ago)Gors Wrote: -image-
Thank you for the input
And yeah, I feel like a lot of my work has a lot of technical mistakes still, but if I post it and people help me pinpoint the issues I can correct/adjust my approach for the next drawing. It's not always easy but it's part of what I want to do, I can appreciate that people take time out of their day to give me tips.
Also, what would be good ways to draw the grids? I work with Photoshop and SAI and I'm not sure if either has a line tool I can use with the mouse. I think I read that some people use additional tools/programs to set up perspective/vanishing points?